- May 6, 2006
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wow nice buy
People just don't buy collections. Sellers who don't research prices individually deserve to see their investment go for such a low price.well when looking online, ff7 alone is like $50, tactics is like $40 and the rest of the games are freebies. that should have sold for more but times are tough on people but not me. thats why i say, its best to buy things now while the desperate need help
booklets are cheap, the games are not. I can get some booklets for like $3-5 and I only need a few of them. whereas the greatest hits version of the games are not as pricey, I can play some of these without worry because I probably will get the black label ones as well. just like my Ico collection, I have a disk of the game in a sleeve at thats it, thats for me, the others are in my safe tucked away, brand newPeople just don't buy collections. Sellers who don't research prices individually deserve to see their investment go for such a low price.
Not that much of a bargain though. If you're willing to settle for greatest hits boxes and missing covers, you may as well settle for the psn / psp versions at a fraction of the price.
thats where I buy a prestine edition for storage and regular/used edition for myself. with games you can always have doublesI don't know why but I can't stand the collectors' everything in mint condition mentality. Some day when I have money to piss around I want to buy and NES nad N64 and original gold-cartridge Zelda games, and then play them. I also have Half-Life: Raising the Bar and it's smudged and tattered from me reading through it several times over.
I don't have anything against collectors, I just personally don't want possessions that just go on shelves not to be touched. It seems so wrong to me.
American Football has become my favourite sports game over the Fifa series now. NFL 10 had me hooked, picked it up in a reduced section 2nd hand.
Never experienced the thrill of being down 27 to 21, with 8 seconds to go and you're on your own 34 yard line, 0 timeouts left, and making a hail-mary pass of faith to Fitzgerald who somehow catches it on the opponent's 20-odd yard line, shrugs off his mark and frog-splashes over the line for a touchdown to win the game (well, after the conversion anyway).
Jesus what a rush.
Well, Britain isnt really fond of US sports. We still see American Football (please stop calling it football) as a mix of football (that girls play), rugby (that men play) and aussie rules...but for **ssies with all that padding etc.Why do you think football is the biggest sport in the US? It keeps growing too. I think we're not far from having a real spring season league.
I'm also going to get Call of Pripyat and mod the original so it's less of a pain to play. My most recent purchase was Worms Reloaded... so I'll be playing that in a few days.
Right trigger and select skips cutscenes - you'll thank me later! Oh, one of the buttons, I think it's select, let's you practise indefinitely between sections. I wish i'd known about these earlier - for some inexplicable reason neither are mentioned in the manual!Yeah, I bought Bayonetta.